Strategic Nonprofit Management—India
What You Can Expect
Improving Your Organization's Performance
Over three million nonprofit organizations are registered in India—and the number is growing. Some organizations will remain small, serving local communities. Others, despite their good intentions, will fail. But leaders who can focus their mission and strategy, develop a sound operational model, and put the right governance in place have the potential to build organizations that can scale their operations and make a real difference in the lives of the region's people.
Designed for leaders of nonprofit organizations in South and Southeast Asia, this new program gives you the opportunity to step back, reflect on the direction of your organization, and explore powerful strategies for producing meaningful results and enabling growth. As you explore the practices of successful nonprofit organizations, you will develop a plan for success and your organization's future.
Taking Your Skills to the Next Level
This program prepares you to build and lead an effective nonprofit organization that can drive social change. You will learn how to sharpen your organization's mission and strategy, design effective operational models, raise funds, and strengthen governance and leadership. You will return to your organization ready to make important changes that will enable continued impact. Specifically, you will become better able to:
- Determine the trajectory of your organization by making tough decisions regarding what your organization will and will not do
- Define what success means for your organization
- Develop the core capabilities and external alliances needed to fulfill your mission and execute your strategy
- Assess your organization's performance and improve effectiveness
- Consider the entire range of options as you raise funds needed for ongoing operations and expansion
- Evolve a leadership style suited to your organization's mission, strategy, and stage of development
- Communicate effectively with stakeholders including employees, donors, board members, government agencies, and community representatives